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Mino Cinelu's World Jazz Ensemble at the Blue Note
(Published: February 13, 2014)

February 17: Mino Cinelu's World Jazz Ensemble will be at New York's Blue Note; sets at 8 and 10:30. Featured are Jamshied Sharifi, Mamadou Ba, Jose Davila, and Special Guest Bria Skonberg. Tickets $10 bar, $20 table at bluenote.net, 212-475-8592. The Blue Note is located at 131 West Third St in the Village.

World-renowned Musician Mino Cinelu has assembled a new quartet, the exciting World Jazz Ensemble, which enhances Cinelu's virtuosic percussion with a synthesis of bass and tuba. The quartet, comprising Mino Cinelu, keyboardist Jamshied Sharifi, bassist Mamadou Ba, and Jose Davila on tuba, offers a unique repertoire of instrumental,percussion and vocal works, a mélange that bridges World and Jazz orchestrations.

More Information: http://www.bluenote.net

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